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A MUSEUM is offering one lucky reader a year’s free membership for helping to decide the name of an alpaca born in its grounds.
The baby alpaca – or cria – was born at the Horniman Museum’s animal enclosure on August 3, but the new arrival ... read on
read on...HOMES and businesses of South London were hit by flash floods after a “biblical” downpour.
ONLY a “tiny portion” of a £70million pot for areas hit by the 2011 London riots has been spent in South London. read on...
THE National Maritime Museum is a hosting a series of events on Saturday to mark International Slavery Remembrance Day. read on...
A MUSEUM is offering one lucky reader a year’s free membership for helping to decide the name of an alpaca born in its grounds. read on...
NEW Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock has confirmed that the club are on the verge of bringing Wilfried Zaha back home.
The Eagles have lined up a loan deal for the Manchester United winger, who has failed to settle after his big money switch from South London.
There would also be an option to make the transfer permanent.
Warnock, speaking to talkSPORT this morning, said: "I did speak to him [Zaha] last night.
"When you get the chance you can't turn down Manchester United but there are so many big players there sometimes you can get a little lost in the works.
"He's still developing. Wilf's got such immense talent. I'm not doing it for the fans. I've heard people say about his attitude but I've always thought his attitude is spot on.
"I had half an hour last night telling him why I wanted him to come back. I'm very optimistic we're going to do it today."
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CRYSTAL Palace are poised to appoint Neil Warnock as their new manager.
More to follow.
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SOUTHAMPTON midfielder Jack Cork is set to join Crystal Palace - once they end their managerial hunt.
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TWO first goals for Southampton by Jack Cork and Graziano Pelle were enough to send hosts Millwall out of the Capital One Cup tonight.
The Lio... read on
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